Duque accuse Petro of having made use of his position to attack his army. He recommends that Petro quit his job.

He was scheduled to discuss pensions and the closing of Asofundos. Instead the president talked about politics.

The final speech delivered by the president Ivan Duque at the Asofondos Congress was not what he had scheduled. Instead of talking about pensions Duque began to discuss politics and the ways in which. was criticised for the use of his chair in a way to attack the army, and he also criticised his status as not only a candidate but also as a congressman.

Duvalier Santiago, the Valle of the Cauca Green Alliance representative, interrupted him and asked him what he would do after the trills by General Eduardo Zapateiro in opposition to Gustavo Petro’s comments.

“Article 219. of the Constitution prohibits the military from taking part in any political scenario by taking sides or engaging in any democratic debate.” is in turmoil. Sanchez stated that it was a critical moment for General Zapateiro’s actions. Sanchez held up his phone and posted the news on Facebook.

The president reacted to the chaos by the president defended Zapateiro. He added anyone who makes allegations against the members of the public force must be investigated.

President Duque did not stop there and took the opportunity to criticize Petro’s dual status today as a congressman and head of the opposition, as well as a candidate.

“Who is the one to blame?” or someone running for office? ” gustavo petro quit my seat in Congress when I won the popular vote to be permitted to speak freely as an candidate and not use double hat and an extra seat in order to attack them, then when institutions respond, present themselves to the victim, because it’s not democratic,” the president stated.

Sanchez attempted to stay on the right side of the debate, but the president resisted him and demanded that he follow the guidelines.

What caused the war between Petro and Zapateiro begin?

Petro posted the following message on his social media networks on the 20th of April, 2010. “While soldiers are dying in the hands of Gulf Clan terrorists, some generals serve for the clan.” “The corruption within the ranks of the clan’s leadership is when drug trafficking politicians end-up ascending to generals,” said the presidential candidate.

The following Friday, Zapateiro replied similarly. “Senator,” Zapateiro said in the same tone: “Senator,” don’t make use of your investiture (parliamentary immunity) to attempt to make the death of our soldiers. Instead, you should take the responsibility of a citizen by filing a legitimate complaint to the Prosecutor of the facts you cite, whoever you are.”